June 26, 2020

A hawkish opposition to Chinese imports is ill-founded

Nissy Solomon and Gazi Hassan The ongoing political tension between India and China is transcending into an economic clash. While the Indian defence is busy handling the territorial borders, various agencies believe that boycotting Chinese goods would be one of […]
June 26, 2020

IC4 awaits data from government departments & agencies

CPPR Chairman Dr D Dhanuraj comments in a article published in The Times of India. He says “The IC4 needs to be modelled in such a way that it should even be able to gather data from public and also […]
June 26, 2020

Private Bus Operations in Kerala: Challenges and Way Ahead

The Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) hosted a live discussion on “Private Bus Operations in Kerala: Challenges and Way Ahead” on June 17, 2020. Mr Gokuldas (State Secretary, Kerala Bus Transport Association), Mr KM Nawas (Ernakulam District Secretary, Kerala […]
June 25, 2020

India’s Future Relations with ASEAN

Devassy Auseph Soft power—the term coined by an American political scientist, Joseph Nye, about three decades ago—holds prominence among academicians and political scientists alike even today. In Nye’s words, “to get others to do what they otherwise would not” is […]
June 23, 2020

Can COVID Era be a Good Time to Give NMT a Second Chance?

Aiswarya Krishnan and Viral Arun Nigam Mobility plays a significant role in determining the growth and development of a city. Nowadays, mobility in cities is faced with too many challenges including lack of sufficient infrastructure as well as the unaffordability […]
June 23, 2020

Impact of COVID on Refugees across the Globe- Part 3

The restrictive measures taken to combat COVID-19 including shutting down borders, travel bans and halting migration have put more constraints on the displaced refugee population all over the world, making them more vulnerable to the pandemic. According to UNHCR, there […]
June 20, 2020

Indian Parliament going online | Policy Beyond Politics EP 04

It is time to leverage on our technological prowess and ensure the legislative business continues unhindered during the pandemic. In this episode of #PolicyBeyondPolitics, Dr D Dhanuraj (Chairman, CPPR) and Chakshu Roy, (Heads the outreach team and leads legislator and […]
June 20, 2020

Indian Parliament going online | Policy Beyond Politics EP 04

It is time to leverage on our technological prowess and ensure the legislative business continues unhindered during the pandemic. In this episode of #PolicyBeyondPolitics, Dr D Dhanuraj (Chairman, CPPR) and Chakshu Roy, (Heads the outreach team and leads legislator and citizen […]
June 19, 2020

CPPR Senior Fellow K V Thomas shares his take in India China Border Face-off

In this audio podcast CPPR Senior Fellow KV Thomas shares his take on the India China Border face-off
June 19, 2020

ചൈനയോട് ഇനിയെന്ത്? | ENCOUNTER |24 NEWS

CPPR Senior Fellow Muraleedharan Nair discusses India’s options with China on Encounter in 24 Channel in the light of the recent India China Border Faceoff. This discussion was aired in 24 Channel malayalam news channel on June 16, 2020
June 19, 2020

Reconsider concession: Kochi bus operators

Private bus operators in the city want the government to reconsider the policy of providing tickets at concessional rates to school and college students. Operators are of the view that they suffer huge losses due to the student population that […]
June 19, 2020

Galwan Valley Clash—A CloseLook

The pioneering role played by India in checkmating the designs of China, especially in strategic areas, was a major factor for straining the India-China relations. CPPR, Senior Fellow K V Thomas (Former Assistant Director, Intelligence Bureau) writes in Chandrika Daily […]
June 18, 2020

Private Bus Operations in Kerala: Challenges and Way Ahead

Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) hosted a live online discussion on the topic “‘Private Bus Operations in Kerala: Challenges and Way Ahead.” on June 17 (Wednesday), 2020. Speakers of the session: Dr D Dhanuraj (Chairman, Centre for Public Policy […]
June 18, 2020

India, Nepal and China: The Geopolitical Conundrum

The once cordial relationship between India and Nepal—the two neighbouring States—has been damaged after a border defined by a two-century-old treaty has come under dispute. India’s inauguration of a new road linking Dharchula in Uttarakhand with Lipulekh Pass for pilgrims […]
June 16, 2020

“COVID 19 & Urbanisation: Reimagining Our Urban Development Goals”

Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) in association with Chinmaya Vishwavidyapeeth (CVV) hosted a live webinar on “COVID-19 & Urbanisation: Reimagining Our Urban Development Goals” on June 9, 2020. Mr Raj Cherubal, CEO-Chennai Smart City Limited, was the guest speaker […]

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